5 ways modern tech would have helped Shakespearean characters
We take a look at several occasions whereby advances in modern technology would have lent a hand to Hamlet and Co.
Exclusive first look at The RSC's Love's Labour's Lost starring Michelle Terry and Edward Bennett
The first of three plays in rep at the companies Stratford home opens on 15 October
Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge)
Fresh from an international tour, following the one of the UK this spring and early summer, the pared-down staging by Shakespeare's Globe on Tour of one of the most popular comedies has alighted in the Master's Garden of Corpus Christi College before going north to Windermere and Penrith.
Much Ado About Nothing (Lion and Unicorn Theatre)
By Jane Martin
An imaginative adaptation of Much Ado that's packed with action and fizzing with powerful emotions
Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester)
By David Cunningham
Dave Cunningham enjoys this update of Shakespeare's romantic comedy at the Royal Exchange.
Much Ado About Nothing
By Vicky Ellis
ACS Random's production of Shakespeare's comedy at the Park Theatre, setting the action just after WW2, opened last week
Suranne Jones Leads Orlando in Royal Exchange new season
By Glenn Meads
The Royal Exchange announces its new season, with highlights including Suranne Jones in an adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel and a new version of Around the World in Eighty Days
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